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We went for a double shot special this week featuring two songs by each artist in succession.

It made for a nice and wholesome mix of double double Arcade Fire, Public Service Broadcasting and still obsession Jessie Ware.

Quite exhausted from a short but oh so long week of mainly talking, eating too and a few drinks here and there plus we did our first shoot for Found Loved this morning which was mighty fun.

See you tonight at the Hoxton Hotel x

@thepreshaah @foundloved

Preshaah Video

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Ronnie Joice joins Hoxton Radio

Self made star of social and selflie fan Ronnie Joice joins Hoxton Radio this Friday, to present a brand new radio show.

The Shoreditch A Lister has graced the airwaves of pretty much every station in the East, and comes armed to Hoxton Radio with an array of witty tales and tunes.

Catch Ronnie Joice’s debut Hoxton Radio show this Friday from 2pm.


Ronnie Birthday

Shopcade at London Fashion Week

Forget planning for Christmas and go straight for Spring/Summer 2015 #SS15 as London Fashion Week prepares to get us all a bit more glam this September.

Hoxton Radio have teamed up with Shopcade once again who will be running stylistic pop up shop at the White Space Gallery. Models, designers and bloggers are invited to browse clothes, jewellery and accessories from exclusive Shopcade partners.

Hoxton Radio DJ’s The Preshaah and Emma CB will also be spinning tunes with our resident stylist Sarah Mulindwa capturing content for the Hoxton Fashion Show.

The Shopcade Pop Up Shop is running on Saturday the 13th and Sunday the 14th of September at the White Space Gallery, 5 Great Newport Street. WC2H 7HY

London Fashion Week is running Friday the 12th of September to Tuesday the 16th.

@Shopcade @LondonFashionWeek #LFW #SS15

@thepreshaah @emmacb_ @sarahmulli54 @hoxtonfashion



Panama at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Lovely strolling into HBK on a Monday, Tuesday and finding it full of friendly faced scenesters in eager anticipation for the nights headline performer: Panama.

The Australian three piece have been causing an equatorial shaking down under having beaten Lorde in the charts and had most of their tunes playlisted on Triple J.

The trio fired through an uplifting vibrant performance consisting of keys and piano, dynamic drum with drum FX and a retro Moog magical sampler.

Timing was as sharp and precise as the crisp sound they produced with their smiles on stage only being matched by the j’adoring HBK crowd.

Panama Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen Tuesday 26th August 2014.



Pond Dalston

The latest big splash in exotic dining opens its doors this week as Pond Dalston bring an exciting blend of authentic Hawaiian cuisine to East London.

The team behind Dukes and Off Broadway will be bringing a Pacific inspired feast of fresh fish, ribs, beef and sushi along with bespoke floral fresh cocktails.

Pond Dalston Hawaiian Restaurant opens this Thursday the 29th of August at 3 Gillette Street, N16 8JH.



D.I.Y. Art Market

While Stoke Newington is usually covered with all sorts of obscure modern & long forgotten wonders, a new artistic wave floods to the next Hackney Flea Market.

D.I.Y. Art Market will see extraordinary art makers exhibiting illustrations, sparkling jewellery, crazy hand puppets along with lonely comic heroes and fancy clothing.

Hackney Flea Market presents D.I.Y. Art Market this Saturday the 30th and Sunday the 31st of August from 11am – 6pm at Abney Hall, Church Street, Stoke Newington.

@HackneyFlea Art Market

By Larissa Schmitz @La_rry13

DIY Art Market Flyers

Oktoberfest at the Bavarian Beerhouse

Mugs up, Dirndl and Lederhosn on, soon it’s time again to shout out “O’ Zapft is”, when London turns into Munich for one month.

The Oktoberfest is back at the Bavarian Beerhouse on City Road with the finest Oompah tunes from Germany and freshly tapped ice cold beers in massive Stein glasses.

The delicious golden German liquid is accompanied by traditional white sausages, pretzels and freaky entertainment that makes you sing your lungs out.

Oktoberfest swirls through the Bavarian Beerhouse, 190 City Road from September the 24th until Oktober the 25th.

Tickets: £14.50 (includes: a Stein of Beer (2 pints), entrance fee, entertainment & table service)

@BavarianBeerUK Beehouse/Oktoberfest in London


Larissa’s London Diary 250814

The time has come. Larissa’s fourth and last show on Hoxton Radio aired this afternoon!

Our German girl has to go back home, where a huge festival is waiting for her. It is the world’s biggest Schützenfest and you will get to know, why Larissa is loving this festival so much.

But there are some days left here in London, so Larissa has still some stuff to do. She hopped in the Dictionary Hostel last week and checked out the swing with the hostel girls Carla and Kim.

The Notting Hill Carnival was also on Larissa’s to-do list at the weekend, cause she is only used to the German Carnival in February. Get the comparison and find out why fat girls always have beautiful names along with her favourite tunes from her time in London and her home country.

Follow Larissa on Twitter @La_rry13

@dictionaryhoste //@ParklandWalk

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Neil Wates & Jay Easton at Latitude

Latitude Festival: a middle-class playground famous for being as much about drama and literature as it is about music.

And alongside Damon Albarn, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Sadler’s Wells and the Literary Arena, Latitude 2014 saw the return of The Monster Comedy Shed – unofficially the world’s smallest comedy club.

Hoxton Radio’s resident philistine Jay Easton went to sample the shed’s delights, sweating his arse off with the 3 other punters who fit into this claustrophobe’s nightmare.

Afterwards, still reeling from the experience, he spoke to the man behind the miniature venture: Neil Wates.

@Jay_Easton //


London Design Festival

Fancy shapes, installations, blue prints and inventive creations will be celebrated city wide this September as London Design Week sweeps across the capital.

In the Shorditch Triangle we’ll see a number of galleries, shops, cafe’s, bars including the Ace Hotel and Geffrye Museum  hosting local designers showcases.

The Clerkenwell Design Quarter is hosting a new architecture and design film festival (the AN’D Film Festival) with Islington hosting its own district.

The London Design Week 2014 is running from Saturday the 13th to Sunday the 21st September with the main Shoreditch shin dig going down Tuesday 16th September.



By Larissa Schmitz @La_rry13

London Design